Subject: Death Investigation (Updated)
Date: 2021-06-29
From: Lieutenant Krag Campbell
Case or Incident: #201006-001

*** Updated 06/29/2001 ***

On 06/24/2021, a Juneau Grand Jury was presented evidence regarding the 10/06/2020 death investigation of 32-year-old Juneau resident Dylan Haisler. The Grand Jury indicted 36-year-old Joseph Ryan Schultz and 38-year-old Marisela Velazquez on the following charges:

  • Charge # 1: Murder 2nd degree (Unclassified Felony)
  • Charge # 2: Murder 2nd degree (Unclassified Felony)
  • Charge # 3: Robbery 1st degree (Class A Felony)
  • Charge # 4: Robbery 1st degree (Class A Felony)
  • Charge # 5: Manslaughter (Class A Felony)
  • Charge # 6: Leaving an Accident without Assisting Injured Person (Felony-No Classified)

Arrest warrants were issued for Schultz and Velazquez in the amount of $100,000, each.

On 06/25/21, the Juneau Police Department located Schultz in the Lemon Creek Area and served him his arrest warrant. On 06/29/21, U.S. Marshals located Velazquez in National City, California and she was arrested on her warrant.


On 10/06/20, at about 6:43 AM, the Juneau Police Department received a report of a male being hit by a vehicle in the intersection of Shell Simmons Drive and Glacier Highway. JPD and CCFR responded to assist. The male was identified as 32-year-old Juneau resident Dylan Haisler and he was pronounced deceased at the scene. Next of kin has been notified of the death.

The roadway was shut down for several hours while the police department's major accident response team and detectives conducted an investigation.

Based on early information provided to police, it's believed Haisler exited a vehicle that was still in the roadway of the Shell Simmons and Glacier Highway intersection and was struck soon afterwards by a Maroon Ford F-350 that was travelling East on Glacier Highway. The F-350 was being driven by a 41-year-old male Juneau resident, who was uninjured during the crash.

This case is still under investigation. Anyone with information regarding this crash, or the events leading up to it, is encouraged to contact the Juneau Police Department on the business line at (907) 586-0600. Anonymous tips can be made through

All factual allegations contained in this release are based upon preliminary investigation and are subject to change or clarification as the investigation continues. Any charges reported in this release are merely accusations and all persons named in this release are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.